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Kate Middleton Records First Video PSA

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  Original Published: 4/30/2013 Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has chosen a children's charity for her first-ever video message. The Public Service Announcement celebrates Children's Hospice Week. Her Royal Highness recorded the message in March and it will air for the first time this coming Sunday. Children's Hospice Week is organized by a charity called "Together for Short Lives." It's CEO says the Duchess' message will be a boost to hospices all over the United Kingdom. By the way, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are celebrating their second wedding anniversary, albeit apart. Kate is spending time visiting a children's hospice and Price William's Air Force commitments kept him away. The royal couple are expecting their first child which is due in July.
   
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